Contact Sheloya

To contact Sis. Nicole (Sheloya), email sister@soulmindbody.net.

 

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  2. Hi please can you take note of my email and email me

  3. Do you do Obeah initiations personally?

    • Hello Sydnee 🙂

      Online or offline, I can take someone under my protection as a student or acolyte. We don’t call this “initiation” because that word has been overused and does not mean what many people would take it to mean. A person studies Obeah all their lives. One never stops studying. Even when one’s teacher and mentor dies, one still studies both their science and spirituality and sorcery.

      In a sense, you are “initiated” once someone takes you under their protection. It’s similar to Buddhism when someone takes refuge in the Sangha. You will probably be instructed though, never to use that word, at least until some years after you have begun your studies. Then you can say that you have been initiated to the study of sorcery under whoever your teacher is, but by then it is not something you would probably want to reveal until you are at least 20-30 years in because as soon as you come out, you will be attacked. If you can’t withstand attacks from high level sorcerers who don’t want the world’s African community awakened, then keep your mouth shut until you are ready for the battle. I know that sounds harsh, but you’ll understand when you begin to see what is really going on.

      Receiving the Obia is something else and can only be done in person…that I know of. Someone out there may be able to do this miraculous thing online, but I have never been given that authority, and I don’t know of anyone who has. To give someone the Obia, the bit of it that is in someone has to want to be shared to a particular person. It is not something to ask for or seek out. They go where they want, and that’s it.

      Thank you for your question. Blessings and Ashe! 🙂

  4. Hello, how can I contact you privately? I can’t seem to find your email on the site.

  5. Hello!
    Are you a psychic, so could you make a reading from what you can feel for a situation and a person please?
    And what is your strongest type of magic that you can cast? Thank you!

  6. Hi Sheloya, How are you? Are you still taking people under your wing and teaching them. I have been practicing ifa since I was a child my grandfather was a priest. I now am looking to broaden my spiritual path but, other then my offerings and prayers , I wouldn’t know where to start. I mean I have some idea but I would never want to anger them. I really want to learn and be as devote as I am with ifa.

  7. I would like to be added to alter. Very bad financial problems and no help. Also unlucky in love.

  8. Dear Sheloya, My name is Adrian Herd and I know that I have a Obeah curse or hex on my life.Please send me the price of what a Obeah removal will cost. Thank You

  9. Thank you for sharing your wisdom. It has been truly helpful and I’m glad I came across it as I continue my journey. Peace and many blessings to you!

  10. I would love for you to contact me if service

  11. Hello. I’m Shelly. I’m a Jamaican (born and raised) of maroon descent who moved to the United States. I’ve been wanting to learn the practice of obeah that some of my ancestors (who were also medicine men) practiced. I am a witch and I communicate with spirits and my ancestors daily and give readings, I’ve been in contact with spirits (before I knew what they were) from childhood. As a Jamaican witch I often feel lonely in my craft because Jamaican spiritual or obeah mentors are hard to find due to obeah being made illegal in Jamaica. I’ve been trying to do better in my craft through ancestral veneration. Sometimes my older ancestors give me visions of what they look like. Everytime I ask my father’s side of the family certain details about my ancestors, they always get secretive, like I want to know too much. My father and grandma suspects that I’m a witch. They’re conservative Christians but always mention the people in my family (my ancestors) being medicine men and women and people coming to them for healing. I know intuitively that some of my ancestors were of Christian faith but also practiced obeah (not all). Some Jamaicans use the code “medicine men” for obeah men too. I just want to go back into my roots, with the help of my ancestors and a mentor in the practice. I know the journey won’t be easy; spirituality is never only love and light. But if you are able to help me out or you know any obeah practitioners that might, can you please let me know. Thank you for your time!!

    • Hello Shelly 🙂 I feel you in this. My parents also went the conservative Christian route, so there was a skip. Fortunately, I was taught how to cope with this: gain knowledge and as you can, find teachers. It’s in your line, and though we don’t have “self initiation”, the other way is self education, non family teachers and service to the community. I wish I had a smoother or easier option, but I don’t. Also, I think some things happen so the spirit will spread out in a way. I think this may be what is happening with Ezralea in an earlier post. Our thing needs some more variety, so it weaves back through the ancestors to wiggle down a line and retrieve soul lines.

      The good news about gaining knowledge though, is that now we have the internet and direct connection to people in the motherland. I know one African who took the esoteric path, and that is Efe Onomake. He has a Youtube channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBCLUNIru5BOYvunCVRHGOw

      We don’t share all of the same opinions on the usefulness of certain magical texts, because I am too shi-shi in some ways, but he is a good teacher and giving sound information.

      Blessings and Ashe!

  12. Hi! I was wondering if you are still working? Thanks so much!

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